Fascinating reading, further highlighting how groundbreaking Mario Bava’s film was.
An audacious effort that should be given praise for its unrepentant Maggie, portrayed with fearless honesty and confidence.
Dead Funny as a collective emphasises the quality, depth and audacity of British comedy, with an enormous amount of surprises.
A cleverly-layered effort packed with satirical humour, with a universe so outlandishly odd it is frighteningly similar to our own.
An exhaustively researched, largely successful attempt to analyse the subversive qualities inherent in the horror cinema.
A joy to read; insightful and well researched, it serves as encouragement to return to Halloween once again.